Markku Juntti

Markku Juntti

D.Sc (Tech)

392 peer reviewed publications in international journals. The author has a h-index of 28.00. (Scopus)

Research interests

  • Communication and information theory in wireless networks
  • Statistical signal processing and signal processing algorithms and architectures

Biography (Long)

Markku Juntti received his M.Sc. (EE) and Dr.Sc. (EE) degrees from University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland in 1993 and 1997, respectively. He was with University of Oulu in 1992-98. In academic year 1994-95 he was a Visiting Scholar at Rice University, Houston, Texas. In 1999-2000 he was a Senior Specialist with Nokia Networks. Dr. Juntti has been a a professor of communications engineering at University of Oulu, Department of Communication Engineering (DCE) and Centre for Wireless Communications (CWC) since 2000. His research interests include signal processing for wireless networks as well as communication and information theory. He is an Editor of IEEE Transactions on Communications.

Thesis supervisions

1. S. Qian (co-supervised by T. Matsumoto),, “Statistical Performance Characterization of Lossy-Forward based Cooperative Wireless Networks over Fading Channels”, October 2017.
2. E. Suikkanen, “Detection algorithms and ASIC designs for MIMO–OFDM downlink receivers”, March 2017. (Now with Keysight, Oulu, Finland).
3. J. Kokkoniemi (Principal Supervisor: J. Lehtomäki), “Nanoscale Sensor Networks: the THz Band as a Communication Channel”, March 2017. (Now with University of Oulu and University of Buffalo, USA)
4. X. He (co-supervised by T. Matsumoto),, “Binary information sensing and multiterminal source coding: rate-distortion analysis and transmission design”, June 2016. (Now with Anhui Normal University, Anhui, China).
5. J. Huusko, “Communication performance prediction and link adaptation based on a statistical radio channel model”, April 2016. (Now with Nokia, Oulu, Finland)
6. Y. Takano (co-supervised by T. Matsumoto), “Spectrally efficient turbo reception technologies for single-carrier broadband wireless communications”, February 2016. (Now with Kobe University, Kobe, Japan)
7. P.-S. Lu (co-supervised by T. Matsumoto), “Decoding and lossy forwarding based multiple access relaying”, March 2015. (Now with Sony China Research Lab, Beijing, China)
8. V. Tervo (co-supervised by T. Matsumoto and A. Tölli), “Joint multiuser power allocation and iterative multi-antenna receiver design”, January 2015. (Now with Nokia, Espoo, Finland)
9. X. Lu (co-supervised by A. Tölli), “Resource allocation in uplink coordinated multicell MIMO-OFDM systems with 3D channel models”, December 2013. (Now with Huawei, Stockholm, Sweden)
10. P. Komulainen (co-supervised by A. Tölli), “Coordinated Multi-Antenna Techniques for Cellular Networks -- Effective CSI Signaling and Decentralized Optimization in TDD Mode”, November 2013. (Now with MediaTek, Oulu, Finland)
11. A. Yadav, “Space-Time Constellation and Precoder Design under Channel Estimation Errors”, October 2013. (Now with Université du Québec à Montréal as postdoctoral researcher)
12. J. Ketonen (co-supervised by J. Cavallaro), “Equalization and Channel Estimation Algorithms and Implementations for Cellular MIMO-OFDM Downlink”, June 2012. (Now with Nokia, Oulu, Finland)
13. J. Janhunen (co-supervised by O. Silven), “Software based reconfigurable MIMO detectors”, December 2011. (Now with University of Oulu)
14. J. Karjalainen (co-supervised by T. Matsumoto), “Broadband single carrier multi-antenna communications with frequency domain turbo equalization”, September 2011. (Now with Nokia Bell Labs, Oulu, Finland)
15. M. Myllylä (co-supervised by J. Cavallaro), “Detection algorithms and architectures for wireless spatial multiplexing communications”, May 2011. (Now with Nokia Networks, Oulu)
16. J. Vartiainen (co-supervised by H. Saarnisaari), “Concentrated signal extraction using consecutive mean excision algorithms”, November 2010. (Now with University of Oulu, Academy of Finland Postdoctoral Researcher)
17. J. Ylioinas, “Reducing complexity through activation optimization and algorithm design in iterative receiver for MIMO-OFDM”, June 2010. (Now with Nokia Bell Labs, Oulu, Finland)
18. J.-P. Haapola ((co-supervised by C. Pomalaza Raez and I. Oppermann), “Evaluating Medium Access Control Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks”, February 2010. (Now with University of Oulu)
19. J. Leinonen, “Analysis of OFDMA Resource Allocation with Limited Feedback”, October 2009. (Now with Nokia, Oulu, Finland)
20. A. Tölli, “Radio Resource Management in Future Wireless Broadband Systems”, April 2008. (Now with University of Oulu, Academy of Finland Research Fellow)
21. H. Miao, “Channel estimation and positioning for multiple antenna systems”, May 2007. (Now with Intel, Munich, Germany)
22. J. Lehtomäki, “Performance analysis of energy detectors for communication signal intelligence”, December 2005. (Now with University of Oulu)
23. N. Veselinovic (co-supervised by T. Matsumoto), “Iterative receivers for interference cancellation and suppression in wireless communications”, December 2004. (Now with Varian Medical Systems)
24. Dj. Tujkovic, “Space-time turbo coded modulation for wireless communication systems”, April 2003. (Now with Facebook, Silicon Valley)
25. Co-supervisor: M. Codreanu (supervised by M. Latva-aho), “Multidimensional adaptive radio links for broadband communications”, December 2007 (with distinction). (Now with University of Oulu, Academy of Finland Research Fellow)
26. Co-supervisor: K. Hooli (supervised by M. Latva-aho), “Equalization in WCDMA terminals”, University of Oulu, Department of Electrical and Information Engineering, December 2003 (with distinction). (Now with Nokia Solutions and Networks)